Child-initiated activity: Its importance in early childhood education
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- Bullock, J.R. Early Childhood Educ J (1990) 18: 14. doi:10.1007/BF01620443
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The teacher is discussing the activities of the day with a group of fifteen four-year-olds. She explains that first the total group will go to the art area and then to the science demonstration. Then the children will have a snack and go outside. When she is finished talking, all of the children get up and move to the art tables.